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  New Orleans East Parks & Playgrounds

PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS

 

Barrington Playspot
10800 Harrow Rd & Willowbrae St

 

Del Mar Villa Playspot
10300 Castlewood Dr

 

Di Benedetto Playground
4700 Papania

 

Digby Playground
6600 Virgilian St & S. Laverne

 

East Shore Playground
14600 Curran St & Kingsport

 

East Citrus Playground
Morrison Rd. & Poitevent Ave

 

Goretti Playground
7500 Benson St & Curran

 

Joe W, Brown Memorial Park
5601 Read Blvd.

 

Kenilworth Playground
6800 Curran Blvd

 

Kerry Curley Playground
4851 Camelot St

 

Kingswood Playground
7181 Edgefield Drive

 
Peace Playground
4760 Chantilly Ave & Dreux
 
Pradat Playground
7200 Dreux Ave & Pecan
 
Robert Playground
4700 Lonely Oaks Dr & Dreux
 
Village De L'Est Playground
13512 Granville St & Corte
 
Vincent Playground
Morrison Road & Vincent Rd.
 
W. Citrus Playspot
Morrison Rd & Shubrick St
 
Wembledon Playground
5200 Edenboro Rd & Tilford
 
Werner Playground
4600 Werner
 
Willowbrook Playground
5069 Willowbrook
 

As a planned community, New Orleans East was designed with families and outdoor recreation as a key attribute. As with it's many man-made lakes, parks and playgrounds have been strategically built to be accessible and shared by surrounding neighborhoods.

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POOL INFO

PARK INFO

504 658-3021

504 658-3080

Indoor heated pool provides year round recreation POOL HOURS & CLASSES

The restoration of JOE W BROWN MEMORIAL PARK nears completion in New Orleans East. On its way to becoming a 'world class regional park', the 135 acre spread in conjunction with the Audubon Nature Center, was a jewel in the community before hurricane Katrina devastated the facility in 2005. The $26M transformation is the product of FEMA, corporate partners such as Nike, and community philanthropic organizations such as, The Brees Dream Foundation and Sugar Bowl Foundation
     


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